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Well, the users manual is a good place to begin.
http://usa.yamaha.com/products/music-production/recorders/aw1600/?mode=model
Select the "Support Button" to see the user manual download.

If you have never used a mixing board before, it can be intimidating. It really is not that difficult to figure out the basics of studio mixing. Textbooks on mic placement and setups will help some, but a great deal of it comes from developing an ear for the music and the instruments as well as the microphones. You should find many Youtube videos on the subject of mixing/recording, look for the one who presents information in the manner you best understand it. At it's best- it aproaches the level of an art form.

There are people who have held well attended art exhibitions with finger paints- You have the first piece of the puzzle to making your own art that is above the level of finger paints- a reasonable mixing/recording station. You do not have to fight the equipment to get it to work. The manual will outline what you can do with the machine, but you have to be open to it. You have to apply the things you know how to do as a discrete step with other gear, such as a mix CD from your computer or a mix tape from your home stereo. You set the EQ on your home stereo. It is now all at your fingertips in one device. If you were able to sit down at a piano or pick up a guitar and play deftly the very first time you did so- this could be a walk in the park.

The reality is it will take time. If you do not fully understand what the system can do- it you get it to do what you want it to do- it matters not what features you are not using. You can always learn new tricks as you go.

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